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Composite Resin Bonding

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What Is Dental Bonding?

Chipped, discolored and oddly spaced teeth can affect your confidence and leave you feeling reluctant to show off your smile. At Van Dyke General and Implant Dentistry, we want to restore your confidence and let your beautiful smile shine through. If you feel dissatisfied with the appearance of your teeth, dental bonding could be the solution.

The Gainesville dentists at Van Dyke General and Implant Dentistry want you to feel confident and love your smile. Let us help you improve your oral health with a quick visit.

The Process Of Dental Bonds

The composite dental bonds procedure is noninvasive and typically takes just one visit to complete.

1. Apply A Resin

We first apply a resin that closely reflects the color of your tooth so that the bond is indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

2. Sculpt The Resin

After applying the resin, we sculpt it onto the tooth and smooth it out, creating an accurate representation of the affected tooth.

3. Harden The Resin

Once the resin is applied, it is hardened with ultraviolet light.

4. Polish The Resin

Once the resin has hardened, we polish the dental bonding for a brilliant smile.

Dental Bonding At Your Gainesville Dentist

Bonding is a reliable and sturdy cosmetic dentistry solution that can last more than 10 years. However, chips or wear may occur and can be easily fixed in a single visit. Dental bonding is an easy way to cosmetically repair the look of chipped, crooked or discolored teeth. We place a white filling on your teeth which can both whiten and smooth its appearance. The tooth filling is easily modified to closely resemble your natural tooth color so the bonding goes unnoticed. Although teeth bonding can be used to fill spaces between your teeth, we mold the white filling so that it resembles the natural shape of your tooth. No one will be able to tell that your teeth aren’t naturally straight and beautiful.

The filling used for bonding can also be used for teeth fillings, and using bonding filling is often preferred by patients who want a natural-looking alternative to silver amalgam fillings. If you’re looking for an effective way to correct a chipped tooth, discolored tooth or repair spaces between your teeth, then a dental bonding Gainesville, FL, procedure may be an ideal way to improve the look of your teeth.